try giving it a clean install and not an upgrade from 95 or 98. That might solve it. If not, then it's probably your win2k cd....(was if copied or you bought it?) That might be it. Sometimes I get error memory messages on some applications that I use on win2k but all I do is close them and restart them and it's fine. If it keeps happening then I guess you should just buy a whole new system or just get winXP and use that OS.
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